It’s still alive: DDR5 memory is on the way

More DDR memory is on the way, despite many predictions that its time would soon be up.

Development of specifications for the new DDR5 DRAM has started, and it will be finalized next year, JEDEC, a memory standards-setting organization, said on Thursday.

DDR5 will succeed the current DDR4 memory, which is used in PCs and servers. DDR5 will be two times faster than DDR4 and also more power efficient.

DDR5 will also have double the density of DDR4. Typical DDR5 DIMMs will have twice the gigabyte capacity of DDR4 DIMMs.

Analysts didn’t expect DDR5 to be developed; instead, they thought the line for DDR DRAM would end at DDR4. But PC and server designs haven’t changed much in recent years, and there could be an appetite for DDR5.

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from Computerworld News http://www.computerworld.com/article/3186491/computer-hardware/its-still-alive-ddr5-memory-is-on-the-way.html#tk.rss_news

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